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on january 20th. and our dan lothian is at the white house right now. hello, dan. give us a feel for what happened. who was in the room for the swearing-in, how long it lasted. we saw it on television. it was pretty short. the mood and any other details you might have for us. >> reporter: think the headline here is that the oath was administered without a hitch. there were no problems at all. as you remember four years ago, there were some problems with some words moved out of place, stepping on each other, the president and chief justice roberts. this time, it went off without a hitch. it was a very intimate setting in the white house blue room, the president surrounded by some close family members and friends. the first lady, his daughters, also his sister and his mother-in-law and brother. and it was a short event. only lasted for about 30 seconds. and then afterwards, sort of a colorful moment, where the president was hugging the first lady, hugging the first daughters and then his daughter, sasha, his youngest daughter, saying to the president, "well, you didn't mess up," again, maki
to supporting the f.a.a. and finding answers as quickly as possible. end quote. dan springer now with the news live in seattle not far from where teams assembled the dream liner, dan, this plane is loaded with a lot of new technology. is it not? >> it sure is, bill. it hasn't made a penny. but it's boeing showcase aircraft for sure. the 787 is the most technologically advanced and fuel efficient plane ever made. it's also supposed to provide the most comfort. it got there by using carbon composite instead of aluminum new electrical system one that generates twice as much power but weighs far less it also relies on lithium ion batteries certified by the faa but now being looked at because of these recent problems. airlines have had to cancel many flights as they scramble to find different planes that can fly these long routes, bill? >> dan is, there an incident occasion or do we know how long this could take boeing to get fixed? >> well, boeing has offered a quick, but temporary solution where the airlines would do more safety checks on those batteries. if that doesn't work, that doesn't get ac
thursday leaving for school in hayward, but she never showed up for class. kron 4's dan kerman reports on how her friends and family are spreading the word about her disppearance. >> the was no indication that she had any plans on leaving or running away. >> family and friends will spread of the word. anybody with information about either of them is encouraged to call the alameda church office. dan kerman, kron 4. the limited--sheriff's office. the alameda sheriff's office is asking for the public's help. >> authorities say they've found the bodies of a missing berkeley woman and her boyfriend. camille kob-er and eric eide went missing at the end of december. their bodies were found yesterday in a rural part of shasta county, near eide's home. the couple went for a walk in the woods, then got disoriented during a storm after dark. shasta sheriff's deputies haven't found any evidence of foul play. we're getting a closer look at some rescue video of a skier. buried by an avalanche at lake tahoe last month. you can see from this helmet cam video, the buried skier was able to put a hand up
to leave. so, don, what do you know -- dan, about this speech. is it done? >> we're toll the president putting sort of the last points on that speech and will be making some tweaks before he actually rolls it out tomorrow. we're told by advisers here at the white house that this will not be a chance for him to lay out policies but rather will be having or delivering a hopeful speech. making the admission that clearly you can't settle every debate here in washington, but that you have to look for areas of common ground. the president will talk about some of the challenges that he will be facing over the next four years, certainly some of those key domestic issues the president will be tackling, immigration reform, gun control, and finally the president hoping to get some public support to push his agenda through congress. plans to engage the public to put pressure on members of congress. this is being viewed as sort of act one, where the president makes broad themes. act two is between the president will release more details during his state of the union address next month. >> dan, i'm
it. >> you didn't mess up. >> turn to dan lothian, let's turn to dan lothian, on the white house lawn this afternoon. all right. one oath down. one to go. the one that everybody is looking forward to tomorrow. how did it go so far? >> that's right. the big ceremonial oath that will take place at the capitol but today the official oath taking place in the blue room at the white house. it lasted only about 30 seconds. the president surrounded by close family members and some friends. it went off without a hitch. it was interesting, after the 30-second swearing-in ceremony, the president hugs the first lady, goes to daughter malia who tells him, i'm happy. the president then telling his youngest daughter sasha, quote, i did it, and she says to him that "you didn't mess up" a preference to the last four years ago when the president and justice roberts essentially stepped on each other and words were left out and they had to do a redo. no redo necessary this time around because they got it right. next up for the president tonight, the president and the vice president will be attending a ce
international correspondent dan rivers. he's in london to to see bring us the latest. good morning. what can you tell us then about the reports of this final assault? >> reporter: well, this is being carried out by algerian state-run television saying that seven further victims have been recovered and 11 militants. now it's really difficult to grasp the total number of hostages that have been killed so far. we're trying to put it together, but they probably include japanese, brits, malasians, possibly some norwegians and other nationalities. it's very difficult to know the final numbers. but adding up what we know it could be up to at least 32 missing and possibly up to 26 confirmed dead, although those numbers have been changing a lot. that gives you a sense of the scale of this anyway. among those, at least one american i'm afraid confirmed dead. six americans confirmed rescued, freed. and those details as i say, we're hoping to try and get more clarification in the coming hours. >> what is being said about this crisis there in britain? >> reporter: well, william hague, the british foreign sec
's plan saying their second amendment rights are under attack. dan lothian is following all these developments in washington. what's the latest? >> the white house sees these recommendations as a way to hopefully curb gun violence and some of these things the president has backed before such as a ban on assault weapons. the president shortly after the connecticut shootings came out in support of that. so that's expected to be in the president's plan. also pressing for a ban on those high capacity magazines with more than ten rounds. that's the important note here. the aim here is to cut down on the ability of a gunman to go in and release up to 30 rounds in a short period of time. in addition, the president will be pushing for universal background checks so that everyone who buys aunder questi goes a criminal or mental health check. in addition the president wants to request funds be available for mental health illnesst to make sure there's money there for those things to be treated and to provide schools with the support they need for enhanced safety. the president is also
. for that i want to bring in my colleague, white house correspondent dan lothian. dan, let's talk about priorities for the president's second term but first it's an interesting little nugget of history. this is a historic day and also a historic inauguration for president obama because he's going to match only fdr in getting two double swear-ins or four swearing-ins if you will. why is that? >> first of all, look back to 2009 when justice roberts and the president kind of stepped on each other, the word "faithfully" out of order, there was a question whether or not it was legitimate so, they had a second one in the private quarters of the white house. this time around the constitution says you have to administer the oath before noon on the 20th. on sunday is not typically when we have the inauguration, so they'll have a private ceremony in the blue room on sunday and then on monday they'll have the official sort of public swearing-in for the president. >> and the parade and pomp and circumstance we expect in an inauguration ceremony. so, tuesday the pomp and circumstance monday, tuesday
ballot. if approved, it would be the first airport honoring an openly gay person. milk was shot by dan white back in 1978. >>> a freeze warning is in effect. last night downtown church san jose reached out to the homeless and they are getting more and more emergency calls as people are trying to keep warm. if you are using a space heater, keep it three feet from anything that can burn. >> the problem is when they get too close to combust tables and if a blanket comes in contact, that is what creates a lot of these fires. >> a stove should the not be used to heat your home. in just a few minutes we will take a look at the weather with steve paulson. >>> we are talking about black ice this morning. it is cold enough for it. >> yes, yesterday we had it and chp has not reported it yet but we will be on the lookout for that. let's look at these pictures, people are on the road early, no major problems driving to the toll plaza. no problems getting onto the span and the road work we see around the bay has not caused any major delays on the bridge. also northbound 280 and also southbound 280,
some mystery. this is dan brown, after all. using the #danbrowntoday, tweet us your guess. you can also do this on facebook, by the way. logon to today.com for details. as these messages come in, we'll put the image outside on our plaza. it will begin to appear, kind of like puzzle pieces. by the time the appointed time arrives, we will be able to reveal the title of his new book in full on that monitor you see right there. again, the hash tag to use #danbrowntoday. go over that one more time for me. >> i know, a little complicated. fine print. >>> lance armstrong's confession that he used performance-enhancing drugs during his cycling career. anne thompson has the story. good morning, anne. >> good morning, matt. the decision was made on his own, motivated by many things, the need he felt to address the doping allegations, the concern for his foundation and his desire to compete. lance armstrong's apology tour started at live strong headquarters, the cancer foundation built on his stunning seven tour de france wins, symbolized by yellow wrist bands worn around the world, then image tai
, i didn't have to do that because he was pretty forthcoming. bill: so we still don't know though. dan kaplan, sports business journal. >> i'm great, thank you. bill: just the facts what did he confess to we can say? >> we don't know what he confessed to. we weren't in the livestrong room he theoretically apologized. he seemed to have a nonapology, apology, wherewithal the bad pr and publicity to the cancer institute. bill: that is good point. all the headlines yesterday that armstrong confessed. if you listen to the 20-minute address to his charity, it was poll guy for -- apology for having brought attention to the organization that was not wanted. i didn't hear, i'm sorry. >> it was a classic nonapology, apology. but you don't say i am sorry for what i did. i think it is pretty out there that he blood doped and there's --. bill: you believe that? >> there is so much evidence. the investigation, into the u.s. postal system team. there are so many witnesses to the actual doping. what i'm interested to see if oprah asks him, has he apologized to the people whose reputations and liveliho
plus peter ogburn and dan henning. hello, hello, hello. >> good morning. >> what's up? happy wednesday? >> god. when is this going to stop raining? >> it was ugly yesterday. it's january. supposed to be cold, wet and dreary. >> no. cold and snowy not raining. >> not in washington. >> let's have the a winter this year. >> no snow? >> we jut shouldn't expect a lot of it. this is par for the course, this rain. >> turn his microphone off. phil bachus has the phones. stop it. stop it. i don't want to hear it. phil bachus has the phones and cyprian boulding is on video cam. there we go. man. i don't know. i don't know what will rock did he crawl out from under. man, i've got to tell you. the ires preparable the irreppressableible bill clinton talking about don't worry about hillary. she had a little health problem here but she has bounced back. he said she is one strong mama. >> she has always been very very healthy and she has very low blood pressure, standing heart beat. i tell her she has time to have three more husbands after me. >> great
. at the table today, dan gross, tracy meres, law professor at yale university. thanks to all of you for being here. >> thank you. >> i want to start with you in part because i tell this story, a story that i think has been lost even though it's recent history. i worry as we enter into the new conversation about guns and the possibility of getting common sense gun legislation that we will miss this has not always been a partisan issue and hasn't been id logically marketed. what do we learn from this history? >> history is long standing. it goes back far beyond the black panthers. during the fugitive slave law resistan resistance, frederick douglas resisted slave catchers. we see it moving up through the 1960s. your point about the black panthers is interesting. it's a stage where in my scholarship i have described at the dichotomy. the leadership and grass roots made a distinction. they thought it was a crucial resource for black folks. up to the point of the radical resistance of the black panthers, that dichotomy was vividly upheld. the panthers sullied that process. the book i'm working on
on the u.s. government and one of the most prestigious universities in the united states. dan simon is "outfront." >> a brilliant computer programmer. a world-class university, and a federal prosecutor. a three-way collision that some speculate led to a deepening depression for 26-year-old aaron schwartz. schwartz was best known as the co founder of reddit, a widely used social news and entertainment website built around user submitted content. president obama even used reddit to reach more than 5 million voters in his re-election campaign. most of them young people. in his short live, he became a folk hero, pushing to make web content free. but with prosecutors pressing serious charges, schwartz hanged himself friday in his brooklyn apartment. his lawyer said he doesn't know what put him over the edge, but the notion of pizen time had him deeply worried. >> i know this case was weighing heavily on his mind and was a significant source of stress for him. >> the freedom to connect, like freedom of speech or like the freedom to murder. >> the case stemming from shuwater's passionate b
. it's a very serious matter when americans are taken hostage along with others. >> dan rueters is live in london. what do we know about the group taking responsibility? >> reporter: well, that had are sort of a splinter group, an affiliate of al qaeda in the islamic magnificent rred. led by mokhtar belmokhtar. he fought in the '80s against the soviets. he has been involved in people trafficking, drugs, and he has done a lot of kidnapping as well. most motivated by ransom and money. this may end up getting resolved. a notorious character, and described by french intelligence as mr. untouchable. known locally for being involved in cigarette smuggling. this is part of a wider, regional conflict, links to mali, that these islam iist groups in algeria are getting in on. furious that algeria has allowed french planes to fliory algerian air space to attack insurients, islamists in northern mali. >> what about plans or missions to get hostages out? >> well, we know from the ministry of information in algeria, that they are surrounded. the terrorists, and that a large number of security forces
'malley. he's going to roll out sweeping gun control proposals of the connecticut governor dan malloy. how is this going to play into the 2016 race, do you think, chip? >> it will play into it. because right now the governors can actually do something with this campaign legislation. as they get in front of the senate and the most interesting one right now is secretary of state hillary clinton who doesn't have to make a comment, she can kind of speak through president clinton, and she can see how the story develops before she weighs in. >> 2016 is still a long way off. do you see what's happening now as kind of a sea change, that candidates won't be able to avoid the conversation and may in fact be out in front of the conversation to get out in front of it. >> i think the republicans will make it an issue because republican voters care deeply about their second amendment rites. i think the democrats will make it an issue because now there's a growing awareness that gun violence is something we have to take action about. i see both sides taking an interest in it. it's going to grow as an iss
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of entrapment. dan springer is live at the courthouse in portland with more on all of this. hi, dan. >> reporter: yeah, hi, jenna. since 9/11 the f.b.i. has conducted well over one hundred of these terrorism-related sting operations. in almost ever case the defense claims entrapment. that defense has not worked a single time yet. hraoelg experts say because the bar is so high. in this case the evidence against mohammed mohammed appears very strong. his father contacted the tprao*eub worried mohammed was becoming rad dhaka hraoeuzed. he had written about jihad and becoming a mart you are. but the defense argues he was young, impressionable and during the elaborate f.b.i. sting operation groomed to be a would be killer. it's a risky defense. >> they need to so something else entirely, andt their client was not the least bit predisposed to want to do that at all, and proving that is actually very difficult under these kind of circumstances. >> reporter: the defense admits mohammed hit numbers on a cellphone thinking it would detonate a massive bomb in a van right in the middle of a holiday tree lig
in this plane. dan springer is live in seattle. what is the immediate impact of all this, dan? >> reporter: martha, officially it is a crisis for boeing. canceled flights, upset passengers all across the world. within hours of the faa directive to ground all 787s, other countries followed suit. airlines are scrambling to get other aircraft to fill in for the dreamliners. in most case that is not possible. in san jose, two flights to tokyo have been canceled. two are in jeopardy. this nonstop route was opened friday to a lot of fanfare. the faa is grounding the 787 because of quote, a potential battery fire risk. it was triggered by an emergency landing of a 787 in japan due to apparent overheatings of a battery, second time in eight years. business leaders who worked for years getting new flights to asia. they don't fault the airlines. they're upset with boeing. >> this is a company that put passengers ahead of profits and made a wise decision to make sure that boeing works out these kinks before they put another plane up in the air. >> reporter: and 49 dreamliners were in service. united
not visible there because dan fiver is standing in front of her. the white house released a counterpicture that pointed out that you had kathy remler, is there a problem with the president not pursuing more diversity, more women in his cabinet? are you troubled by that? >> to me this almost seems swift voting, you look at the data and numbers, taking a person's strength and trying to create a weakness out of it. the ht has about -- the president has about 50% of white house staff are women. which is twice a percentage that bush had and significantly more than clinton h appointments to the court, three women on the supreme court, two appointed by the president. >> big cabinet jobs, white men. >> the cabinet is not fully fleshed out now. >> big jobs. >> please don't diminish cabinet-level position as certain ones big, certain ones not. for domestic policy guy with the city every day, things -- many cabinet positions are very important. but let's just focus in on two things. one that is very disingenuous to show that picture when 50% of the staff in the white house is women. number two to me,
. >> michael gerson, dan bae. >> are we have unanimity here. >> we can agree. >> right. exactly. thank you both so much for your time. >>> when we returning the second term and what it bodes for the white house. we are our interview with senior white house adviser, david plouffe. oh! progress-oh! -oh! -oh! oh! oh! ♪ what do you know? oh! ♪ bacon? -oh! -oh! oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your story for a chance to win a progress-oh! makeover in hollywood. go to facebook.com/progresso to enter. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still "stubbed" up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. [ sighs ] thanks! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus. ♪ oh what a relief it is! ♪ [ male annou
and then the mayor george moscone were shot to did the by former supervisor dan white. >>> muni is poised to overhaul its outdated system for managing its train lines. a new $24 million communications network is up for approval today. it would feature integrated fiberoptic cables and uninterruptible power supplies. the hope is that the new technology will enable muni to diagnose problems more quickly and make adjustments cutting down on delays for passengers. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is scheduled to testify a week from tomorrow before the house foreign affairs committee. it is all about last september's attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. the raid of course killing u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. secretary clinton had been scheduled to testify last month but she suffered a concussion when she fell during an illness. and then of course she was later hospitalized with a blood clot in the head. >>> a new coroner report sheds new light on the condition of actress natalie wood's body at the time of her deat
themselves. host: next we will hear from a democratic caller, dan. if the debt ceiling negotiable? caller: it should not be. but if the republicans want to force negotiations, the president ought to prioritize by not sending any money to the republican-controlled states in the south. if he has the priorities. my suggestion for future show might be to get a list of all the donor states and all the receivers states. these people calling from the red states that gets $1.70 for every dollar they get and always screaming about cuts, if you should ask them if they are willing to deduct 5% from what they send to the federal government and live on that. thank you. host: chris in chicago, republican, your thoughts? caller: i don't think the debt ceiling should be negotiable, simply because the president won the election, congress also won reelection. it should not be. it's under a false premise. if the debt ceiling is not raised, that we would go into default. that's not true unless tim geithner air this id will actually follow the law and pay the service on the debt and collect more money in taxe
their second amendment rights are under attack. dan lothian following all of those developments for us this morning. good morning. >> good morning, soledad. the white house sees this package that the president will be rolling out, as a comprehensive way to try to curb gun violence, the president will be doing something we've seen in the past. when he is trying to get something through congress, he involves the public. when he makes the announcement later on this morning, he will be surrounded by young kids. these are kids who wrote intimate letters to the president after the connecticut shootings. that in itself is also under attack. getting criticism that the president is using kids as props as he pushes this policy. that, though, will be the back drop as the president lays out what sources say will be the comprehensive package, focused on an assault weapons ban and pressing for a ban on high-capacity magazines and this is the new part, with more than 10 rounds. this should impact gunmen who won't be able to fire off as many rounds as quickly as we've seen in some of the shootings. un
and exchange commissioner dan gallagher here as our keynote speaker. >> thank you, david, for that kind intro. it was just 14 months ago i starred, 14 months ago since i gave my first speech in this building. it seems like yesterday. but i think that speech shows how important it is for s.e.c. commissioners to get out and about. i'm pleased to be here this afternoon addressing such strong supporter of -- supporters of american global leadership in capital formation, which is one of the foremost goals at the commission. and before i can't, as you all know, i must tell you my rashes today are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of the commission or fellow commissioners. and you're about to find out why. as i'm hour you're aware, next monday the nation will observe the inauguration and martin luther king jr.'s birthday. monday also mashes the two and a half year an versely of the enactment of the dodd-frank act. to commemorate the occasion i'd like to take a few moments to talk about the act, specifically the misallocation of resources and opportunity costs that have arisen from th
eisenhower. dan is joining us, welcome to the program. caller: thank you. i think serve aware of what our state government has done to the gun owners in this state and really the safety of all the citizens. now if you want an example of why the government should stay out of the matters of the people on the local level especially take a look at the law they passed theirself. you had two firearm killed out in new york by a person who was a convicted felon. he brutally murdered his grandmother with a hammer. they had him in jail for 10 or 15 years and what did he do? he went and killed two more people. and who set up those laws and processes for him to get out of jail? then after that happened what did they do? they came after my gun rights. yesterday mr. bloomberg said there will be more killings and we need that so we can pass tighter gun laws. that's why i'm saying do not register your long guns they are going for everything they can get here. and please america watch us in new york state. come to our aid, we need your help as much as you need ours. host: the role of government in solving
violence. compared to 61% who think it will continue. next call is dan in ohio on our democrats' line. dan, we are talking about some of the mental health aspects, what are your thoughts? carl carl all these people -- caller: all these people who are paranoid to think the government is going to take their guns, they probably use a psychological evaluation. if the government wants to take your guns and your assault weapon isn't going to stop them from doing that. a second opinion is, i hear everyone talk about regulating and background checks on handguns, but what about background checks on ammunition and that would cut back criminals. host: i appreciate your time. mental health issue must be handled very carefully. a counselor and nurse should be on every public school site, not guns. and joseph asked, should ptsd prevent owning a firearm. rick on our republican line. what are your thoughts? caller: i appreciate you taking my call. i am a republican, i'm a gun owner, former n.r.a. member and i'm also treated for depression. host: why a former n.r.a. member? caller: the day after the presid
. we have the whole team here this morning, peter ogburn dan henning. phil bachus has the phones and cyprian, videographer extraordinaire. before we get back to the issue of guns and schools, very interesting. it surprised me yesterday, an announcement by the american cancer society. this is dr. lynn lichtenfeldt on some amazing progress in this area. no cure yet, but progress. >> the biggest good news is that since 1991, we have had a 20% decline in cancer death rates here in the united states. >> i want to talk about that. you here so much about cancer in normal people, but more and more people obviously surviving. >> yeah. >> cancer because of advances in medical treatment. but, also dr. lichtenfeldt said something else responsible for this death in cancer rates. >> clearly because people are not spokemoking and not using tobacco anywhere near as much as they did, both men and women have had a significant decrease in lung cancer deaths for example. >> that's remarkable since we have really cracked down on smoking. right? >> yeah. >> 20% reduction.
. then they talk about the democrats because harry reid talked about the assault by big dan and getting it to the united states senate controlled by the democratic party. it ain't going to happen. so if you look at the red state senators up for reelection alabaster down south, that's what i'm talking about in terms of overreach. if this is something we such close the loophole, catch 40% escaping and i'm guns if they mentally disturbed had reasonable restrictions. the problem in the heller case is you couldn't have a can bus registered, but they would much reregister. that is in effect that you can't do it and that tesco to fire. so if it's common sense, quite frankly i don't know why somebody needs 10 bullets. it doesn't seem like some magic number to me. to the gunowners, that sounds like something somebody made up. the president's executive orders can be accepted by the republican party. if they did close down 90 people buying guns. you think this through. >> small items on ticket items. >> yes. in the brady bill of 93, about effectively. for background check. the assault weapons ban
to you doing this vice president by dan and i am particularly grateful to add to this dialogue and for your leadership and partnership with one another federal, state, and local and tribal leaders the united states to permit the justice. every day we stand under fire against terrorism and crime can threats to those were vulnerable against us. guarding against civil-rights violation with guns, a gang and the drug fueled violence that takes away too many promising futures. you understand what we are up against. use see it firsthand on a daily basis. most importantly no public safety challenge could be understood in isolation and none of us could make a progress to secure the results of our communities deserve on our own. in particular with gun violence that has touched every city and toyota hot represented. leaders in the room have joined with us to support law enforcement and strengthened anti-violence initiatives. especially recently especially with the events from new telekinetic it. -- connecticut and we need to protect the most vulnerable, our children. in you were here to h
are injured. this is according to captain dan sutter with the st. louis fire department. says that there are two adult males. they are in critical condition but he wouldn't say if one of the victims was the shooter, wouldn't talk details with either of those injuries and that's what we have so far. thanks so much for being with me. joe johns in the situation room today. hey, joe. >> hey, brooke. >>> happening now, president obama decides to go big on gun reform acting on his own and asking congress for reform that will be hard to pass. we'll hear part of oprah winfrey's reaction to lance armstrong's confession. plus, an exclusive look inside a lab that could save your life. see how close we are to a super vaccine to keep you from getting the flu for years. wolf blitzer's off today. i'm joe johns. you're in "the situation room." we begin now with a guessing game about what is in president obama's so called comprehensive proposals to cut down on gun violence. the president and vice president are set to unveil their plans tomorrow and even though officials are trying to keep the
in the audience. dan says that criminals are laughing their butts off. they commit crime and lawful owners get the penalties. one more from christa who says, machine guns are made for killing people. you do not hunt for sport or food with them. they need to be illegal. now to our independent line, jo ann in lock port, illinois. welcome. go ahead. caller: i was really glad to see obama and someone coming forward to try to do something about what happened when one person can go in there and do that to all those people, there's something really gruesome about our -- gangs out there, asking people how many are they going to hurt. i'm just glad to see and i hope it works out that they do something about it. thank you very much for taking my call. host: tennessee next, randy on our republican line. caller: yeah. criminals are still going to be criminals, whether you put laws in effect or not. they are still going to kill people with whatever they can. there's already laws against murder. it's still happening. there's laws against drugs, they are still on our streets. i don't see how a law preventing
reminded of dan rather, the documents were false, but accurate. this was exactly what, if you'll recall, paul ryan in his vice-presidential speech and in other places pointed out that barack obama gave a speech in janesville, wisconsin gm plant and said we're going to keep this open for a hundred years with the auto bailout and they closed it started making those cars in china. i'd like to also point out that china, by the way, the media fact checkers found that to be a lie, too, they sided with obama on that and romney-ryan was correct on that as well. >> steve: sure. >> i'd like to point out that 55% of gm's increased production in china by 55% since the bailout and make seven out of ten cars outside the united states. so it's a good thing we did this 83 billion dollar auto bailout for american jobs. >> steve: sure, but you know, a big part of the president's face are auto union workers, they hear, hey, they're going to ship a bunch of car manufacturing jobs out to china, oh, wait a minute, i don't like that idea. so you've got a fact checking organization that came in and said that's
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